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Author C. H. Knyght Fantasy Stories & Writing Workbooks
This website/program add-on is a powerhouse. ProWritingAid points out a lot of ways to tighten up your work. It's well worth its price tag in my opinion. Other helpful options are Hemmingway and Grammerly
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I love the Reckless Deck series for when I need a fresh spark. The diverse card decks work well for art or writing. There are multiple decks for beginners, characters, worlds, and genres.
Check them out!
Story Engine is similar to the Reckless Deck, both story prompt cards full of writing sparks. More the merrier in my opinion. ;)
I haven't put them to use yet, but I really like the look of these plotting books. There's several choices from the shop Plot Your Work on etsy.
An author friend turned me onto these ones. Deborah is Jim Butcher’s mentor. I've already starting incorporating some of her tips into my system and I'm only a few chapters in. ;)
The Emotional Thesaurus and accompanying books are powerhouses for any writer looking to diversify their repertoire.
More books I have learned from on my journey to being an author.
This series of writing books, my dad read to me as a teenage while I took notes as a learning session for us both. My parents have always greatly encourages my reading and writing. I wouldn't have walked this path without their foundation. Some day, I need to reread them. It never hurts to go back to the basics.
This course by Mark Dawson is highly, highly touted by successful indie authors. I am only part of the way through it and I have already learned important things. It is not cheap, but than when is any schooling? I'll put in for the other half of the courses as soon as enrollment opens again. He also has a podcast. The Self Publishing Formula, I've found it on YouTube and Castbox. Learn from those who've walked the path.
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